Traditional Stalls at the Ducis and Eveleigh Village Show

Book Stall imageBook Stall

 

Moira Bell (Collingbourne Ducis)

Sara Bottomley (Everleigh)

A Book Stall is the corner stone of every successful Village Show and this one is no exception. Some beautiful and fascinating books have already been donated and we will be looking for more right up until the day of the show.

If you have some books you would like to donate or would like to help out on the Book Stall on the day of the show, just Contact Moira Bell in Collingbourne Ducis 01264 852 779 or Sara Bottomley 01264 852 731 in Everleigh

 

Bottle Stall ImageBottle Stall

Ric and Lucy Gomes

 

The Bottle Stall is always one of our favourite Stalls and always has a large queue leading to it! We are already receiving donations of some lovely vintage wines, spirits and a variety of soft drinks.

If you have some nice bottles of wine, spirits or soft drinks you would like to donate, or would like to help out on the Bottle Stall on the day of the show, just send a message to the Bottle Stall Team via the Contact-Us form on this web site.

 

 

 

Cake Stall imageCake Stall

Joy Siggers (Collingbourne Ducis)

Sue Wheeler-Mallows (Everleigh)

Always one of my favourite destinations at a Village Show, the cake stall, I have to say the Collingbourne & Everleigh Ladies are some of the finest cake bakers to be found anywhere. It's always a treat to take a lovely chocolate or lemon drizzle cake home.If you would like to bake a cake and donate it to the Show, or would like to help out on the Cake Stall on the day of the show, just send a message to Joy via the Contact-Us form on this web site.

 

Catering and Bar imageCatering & Bar

David Wheeler – Bar

Sally Matton and Everleigh PC - BBQ

A Licensed Bar and full catering facilities will be available during the show. Usual licensing regulations apply and anyone lucky enough to look younger than 21 years of age will be required to produce photographic ID and proof of age.  Our fantastic Barbeque will serve bangers and burgers throughout the show.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Garden Produce imageProduce Stall

 

Peggy Carter

Sheena Fergus

Carolyn Price

In addition to our Garden Show, we will also have a produce stall selling fruit, vegetables, flowers and plants all grown in the Bourne Valley and the surrounding area. A wonderful time to stock up on all those must-have items before the Autumn.

If you would like to contribute to the Produce Stall, or would like to help out on the day of the show, just send a message to the Produce Team on the Contact-Us form on this web site.

 

 

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St Andrew’s Church PCC

The Children's corner will be providing fun and games for the smallest of show goers, and will include face painting and an activities tent. All under adult supervision. .

 

 

 

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Cash Prize Draw

 

Tish Leigh

The Cash Prize draw returns this year for its second time.! Tickets for the popular Cash Prizes Draw will be on sale throughout July and August until the Show on Saturday 13th SeptemberYou can win £250, £100, £50, or £10 cash prizes in the Draw which will take place at 4.45pm at the Ducis and Everleigh Show. The promoter is Tish Leigh on behalf of Collingbourne Ducis and Everleigh PCC

 

 


White Elephant Stall imageWhite Elephant

Jane Crook and the Collingbourne Kingston WI

 

The White Elephant Stall is always one of the most exciting stalls at every Village Show and is once again being run by the WI. You never do know what you are going to find when you go rummaging! We have some excellent White Elephants this year but are always looking for more.

If you would like to donate White Elephant goods, just contact Jane Crook via the Contact-Us form on this web site.

 

 

 

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Teas

Sue Gercke

 

There are very few things in life more enjoyable than a freshly made cream tea with home made jam. Forget those calories and seize the moment to enjoy a Collingbourne Ducis & Everleigh Cream Tea. Teas and other refreshments will be served in the main Village Hall. During the afternoon, visitors will be entertained with live music in the Tea Rooms.